SBA President William Kellogg IV featured by Peggy Browning Fund for work on minimum wage campaign, more
November 25, 2015 -- William Kellogg IV, Class of 2016, was recently featured in print and online articles by the Peggy Browning Fund, a prominent national non-profit established "to educate and inspire the next generation of law students to become advocates for workplace justice." Kellogg, the 2015-16 Student Bar Association[BROKEN LINK] president, worked for the Fund during the summer of 2015. In a related print article, Project Director Lola Smallwood Cuevas, Esq., notes, "William integrated his skills, experiences, and himself into the life of the LA Black Worker Center. He became a valuable member of our team."
From "Los Angeles Fellowship is Action Packed":
Immediately upon his arrival at the Los Angeles Black Worker Center, William Kellogg was thrust into action as the Center was participating in a march to City Hall. Soon after, he quickly established himself as knowledgeable in matters of employment discrimination and was soon advising numerous members on their rights and expectations when communicating with government agencies. "The members I have come in contact with have opened my eyes to problems in my city that I had only heard about but never witnessed," he said of the experience.
Read the full story at peggybrowningfund.org.
Photo from peggybrowningfund.org: "Raise the Wage city Hall- 'William Kellogg celebrates the LABWC victory with fellow staff members, Sherri Bell, Lanita Morris and Ryan Martinez on June 3rd after the city council voted to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour and protect against wage theft with the newly created Los Angeles Office of Labor Standards and Enforcement (OLSE).'"